Ecoluxe London presents a capsule collection of fashion items, from different  ages and cultures,  which give a literal meaning to the expression  FASHION VICTIM.

Curator:  Stamo Ambatielou,  Ecoluxe London  Director and co-founder.

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About Ecoluxe London is a not for profit platform that supports luxury with ethos. Founded in 2010 by designers Stamo & Elena Garcia. Our main event is biannual exhibition during London Fashion Week, showcasing work of fashion brands from around the world. Mission All the designers involved in Ecoluxe share the same philosophy of actively creating beautiful and environmentally friendly products in an ethical manner. Company Overview Ecoluxe London also works with organisations like the UKTI in order to promote the work of UK based brands to overseas markets. Devotion to luxurious eco-sustainable fashion is the raison d’être of Ecoluxe London. Pioneers in the industry, a claim that only select few can genuinely make, Ecoluxe has unwaveringly upheld its values since its inception. The epicentre of its philosophy: luxurious fas...See more Description Ecoluxe London’s definition of Ethical Luxury: timeless pieces, elegance, craftsmanship, and authenticity… Luxury not merely attached to price and brand name but in terms of brand story, manufacturing, and sustainability…

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